The Cheese Collective Small Festive Hamper
The Cheese Collective Small Festive Hamper
The Cheese Collective Small Festive Hamper

The Cheese Collective Small Festive Hamper

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The Small Festive Hamper is only small in comparison to our Large Festive Hamper - packing in over 800g of the good stuff! The Small Festive Hamper includes a selection of cheeses from some of our favourite cheesemakers, as well as a pack of award-winning Peter's Yard Crackers and an award-winning Quince Fruit Cheese from Tracklements.

Inside each box, you'll also find collectible cards for each cheese, including information about the cheesemaker, history of the cheese, and awards.

And for every box bought, we'll donate a meal to a Trussell Trust food bank on your behalf.

Baron Bigod (250g) - Fen Farm, Suffolk

Baron Bigod is the only traditional raw milk Brie-de-Meaux style cheese produced in the UK, and one of only a handful of its type in the world to be made by the farmer on the farm.
Beneath its nutty, mushroomy rind, Baron Bigod has a smooth, silky golden layer that will often ooze out over the delicate, fresh and citrusy centre.

  • 2022 Gold British Cheese Awards
  • 2019 Silver British Cheese Awards
  • 2018 James Aldridge Memorial Award: 'Best British Raw Milk Cheese'
  • 2017 Gold British Cheese Awards

Beauvale (150g) - Cropwell Bishop Creamery, Nottingham

Beauvale is the only blue of the pack and is really something special, made by Cropwell Bishop Creamery.
Beauvale has been carefully developed to perfection, and like an Italian dolcelatte, it melts in pockets at room temperature. With a soft, spreadable texture and mellow flavour, Beauvale is perfect for both Stilton fans and those who prefer a milder blue.

  • 2022 Reserve UK Supreme Champion Global Cheese Awards
  • 2020 Best British Cheese at Great British Food Awards
  • 2019 Gold British Cheese Awards
  • 2019 Gold British Cheese Awards
  • 2019 Gold World Cheese Awards
  • 2019 3 Star Great Taste Award

Nanny McBrie (120g) - Appleby Creamery, Cumbria

At The Cheese Collective, we love a cheese pun, and this has to be one of the best.
Nanny McBrie is a soft, deliciously creamy, mould-ripened goats milk brie. This is a perfect stepping stone for people who are scared of strong goats cheeses. It’s deliciously creamy, melting in the middle towards the end of its life and running across the board.
Appleby Creamery get all of their goats milk from local goats farm, Meaburn Hall, which is run by the McPhee family, with Nanny being a female goat.
Taking inspiration from Emma Thompson’s Nanny McPhee, Nanny McBrie was born.

  • 2017 Bronze World Cheese Awards

Keen’s Mature Cheddar (150g) - Keen’s Cheddar, Somerset

The Keen family has been making unpasteurised Keen’s Cheddar since they moved to Moorhayes Farm in 1899. Five generations later, and they are still there and proud to be producing world famous, award-winning British cheddar cheese.
Keen’s Cheddar is made using raw milk and is aged for 18 months, creating a sweet, strong, nutty and moreish cheese that crumbles in the hand and melts in the mouth.

  • 2022 Supreme Champion Virtual Cheese Awards
  • 2022 Best in Class and Best British Cheeses Virtual Cheese Awards
  • 2019 2X Bronze British Cheese Awards
  • 2017 Gold International Cheese Awards
  • 2017 Silver International Cheese Awards

Ogleshield (150g) - Montgomery's, Somerset

The Montgomery family have been producing award-winning cheeses since 1911. Ogleshield is the West Country equivalent to raclette and has a beautiful pinky/orange rind and pungent smell.
It’s extremely versatile and melts beautifully and can be eaten as part of a cheese board or melted and used as an indulgent topping.

  • 2019 Gold British Cheese Awards,
  • 2018 Gold British Cheese Awards,
  • 2017 Silver British Cheese Awards

Free weekday delivery Tuesday - Friday for mainland UK (excl. Scottish Highlands)

All deliveries that arrived in December will have shelf life post-Christmas, while all cheeses that arrive W/C 12th December will be January dated. 

Substitutions may occur in some circumstances.

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